Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar on a trip to Columbus, Ohio. Donald Trump and his wife recently joined. Nationwide Children's Hospital – and Trumps appear to have an American flag wrong during a photo-op with the kids, causing Twitter users to crack up.
In a photo posted to Twitter by Azar, Trump seemed to be colored in a blue stripe where it is not likely to be one. That is not what Azar meant to draw attention to, of course; HHS 'efforts to mitigate the opioid epidemic.
"The opioid crisis is one of our top priorities at HHS, with a drumbeat of action on the full range of efforts where we can assist local communities," Azar tweeted on Friday. "Today, I joined @POTUS & @FLOTUS in Ohio to learn how states and communities are responding to the challenge of opioid addiction."
with a blue marker, prompting a number of jokes from Twitter users.
"That Is All"
Some Twitter users simply pointed out that trump had been colored in his flag incorrectly, including this Twitter user who initially drew attention to the president's mistake by zooming in on the out-of-place blue stripe .
"Trump Should Know This"
Other Twitter users suggested that Trump's coloring error be hypocritical, especially because it continues to be critical of NFL players who are kneeling during the National Anthem ̵
"Major kindergarten side-eye"
This Twitter user pointed out that Trump seemed to be receiving some "major kindergarten side-eye" from one of the children at the hospital after coloring in the blue stripe.
"A Guilty Student"
But Trump might not have noticed the side-eye, because according to this Twitter user, he has been colored in their flags.
"A Freudian Slip"
Although many Twitter users believed that Trump had simply messed up while coloring the American flag, others suggested that the blue stripe was intentional – that the president was actually trying to create a Russian flag not to American one. However, the blue stripe in the Russian flag falls above the red one, so it would be quiet be a mistake.
"Our Flag Is Way Too Complicated"
Of course, some Twitter users decided to make it a mistake.
"What Has He Done ?!"
For many Twitter users, however, Trump's flag may not have been too serious, but they have not been dramatized, and they certainly have creative ways to do so.